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MAKEUP HACKS COMPILATION – Beauty Tips For Every Girl 2020 #277

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MAKEUP HACKS COMPILATION – Beauty Tips For Every Girl 2020 #277

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  1. aj Torres

    February 26, 2020 at 1:39 am

    Have any of these girls heard that u should blend back to your freakin hair line! There messy

  2. Sihamا AmAar

    February 26, 2020 at 1:39 am

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  3. Carmen Manglano De Motta

    February 26, 2020 at 1:39 am

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    February 26, 2020 at 1:39 am

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Vespa Collection 032020 | Collection | Vintage Vespa | Kickstart | Rev | Mix #kickstartbabes

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Video dedicated to people who love every kind of vehicle, prioritize vintage Vespa.
Video amateur : kickstarting art, revving and driving art by woman.
Capture beautiful moments to illustrate the images for real life that some vehicles are now too old and gradually forgotten.
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Pro Makeup Artists’ Favorite Looks They’ve Created for Celebrities — See Photos

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“Emma Stone for the 2011 Met Gala: She had just dyed her hair blonde, so it was a very different look for her. She was wearing a bold black-and-white print dress designed for her by the genius Alber Albaz for Lanvin. I decided I wanted her makeup to have a fun, playful energy, so I experimented with lots of bright reds and pinks until I landed on one of my all-time favorite lip colors: Schiap by Nars. The lip color, inspired by fashion legend Elsa Schiaparelli’s favorite shade of shocking pink, was the exact bold statement lip I was looking for.

“I kept the rest of her makeup subtle and let the lip be the voice of the look. I love this makeup so much to this day because it very much speaks to my color sensibility as well as my belief that, at it’s very best, makeup can make us feel joyful inside and out. This look still makes me so happy.”

Matin

“I absolutely adore the look I did on Awkwafina for a feature in Variety. I went for an overall glow with a subtle shimmer on the eyelids and the lips to reflect the light. I perfectly prepped her skin with Dermaflash to create the smoothest, most beautiful skin to apply makeup on and then delivered extra hydration and micronutrients deep into the skin with Dermapore so her skin looked radiant and dewy.”

Tonya Riner

Riner chose two all-time favorite looks.

“I have worked with Kate [Upton] consistently for the last two years. We now have specific looks and go-to products that she loves. [Her] maternity shoot [makeup] was soft and natural, and her World Series looks were classic Kate, but taken up a notch — bronze, smoky eyes and her favorite lip: a combo of Charlotte Tilbury Pillow Talk liner with Nars Orgasm Lip Gloss.”

“Original cast members for Hamilton Renee Elise Goldsberry, Jasmine Cephas Jones, and Phillipa Soo sang ‘America the Beautiful’ at the 2017 Super Bowl. I did their makeup in a trailer at the stadium, and they warmed up and rehearsed while they were having their makeup done. It was amazing. They looked so good together, but the makeup was really individual and highlighted what makes each of them uniquely beautiful.”

Geoffrey Rodriguez

“It’s hard to pick a favorite makeup look because, for the most part, each experience, whether for a photo shoot or private client, is always unique and special. I do, however, fondly recall working with Gigi Hadid early in her career, and this image (for W, shot by Amanda Marsalis) is so reflective, not only of Gigi’s natural radiance but of my own personal aesthetic of minimalist beauty. The goal was to photograph Gigi in natural daylight, so the inspiration was to keep everything fresh, youthful and vibrant, and I think we achieved that.”

Yolonda Frederick

“I loved this look because Ciara looked like a bronze goddess! I also think the brows are the framework to balance an entire look. My hands down favorite product to use is the EM Cosmetics Micro-Fluff Sculpting Brow Cream in Soft Ebony. The wand is so refined that I can sculpt the brows to perfection then follow up with EM’s Fine Liner Ebony Brow Pencil to fine-tune! I loved the pay off of these two products combined. They offer the precision I need to execute the details.”

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Revlon Toasting Glasses, Chocolate Luster, Glistening Purple Melting Glass Shine Lipsticks Reviews & Swatches

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Toasting Glasses (009)

Revlon Toasting Glasses (009) Super Lustrous Melting Glass Shine Lipstick ($9.99 for 0.15 oz.) is a soft, muted plum with warm, brownish undertones and a luminous finish–very faint pearl and lots of shine. The texture was smooth, creamy, and skated easily across my lips as the formula felt like it melted against the warmth of my lips.

It looked more slippery than it felt, though it had moderate slip overall. It had good color payoff in a single layer, which applied evenly to my lips and didn’t emphasize my lip texture. It stayed on nicely for three and a half hours and felt moisturizing while worn.

Formula Overview

$9.99/0.15 oz. – $66.60 Per Ounce

The formula is supposed to have “brilliant color with major payoff” with an “amazingly buttery feel that instantly melts onto your lips for glass-like shine.” The coverage was more medium to semi-opaque, often buildable to a minor degree, so I don’t know that I’d call it “major payoff,” the coverage was noticeable and allowed for real differentiation from shade to shade as they weren’t so sheer that they ran together.

The consistency has an incredibly creamy, smooth feel that definitely melts on the lips but seems to “set” subtly, which seemed to tamp down the slip slightly, though it was still moderately emollient on my lips. I’d recommend being more conscious of using one layer or so as it can be easy to over-apply due to how much it feels like it’s melting against one’s lips.

The finish was definitely glass-like; very shiny and gave the illusion of volume to my lips. I found that there was some color that settled into lip lines or caught on minor imperfections with some shades, though the shine made it harder to notice in person. I imagine if you like grab-and-go color that’s glossy with medium coverage or greater color that’s easy to apply and re-apply, this formula could be a match.

The formula had a subtle, sweet vanilla scent but no discernible taste. The biggest “con” to the formula was the packaging, which was industrially-wrapped with a very tacky sticker that was not just difficult to remove to open the lipstick to begin with but difficult to get all of the tackiness off. I’d recommend using a sharp knife/blade (safely!) to cut across the sticker, then twist the cap off rather than removing the sticker at all.

Browse all of our Revlon Super Lustrous Melting Glass Shine Lipstick swatches.

Chocolate Luster (010)

Revlon Chocolate Luster (010) Super Lustrous Melting Glass Shine Lipstick ($9.99 for 0.15 oz.) is a muted, medium brown with subtle, warm undertones and barely-there gold pearl throughout a glossy, cream finish. It had medium coverage, which didn’t build up far beyond that, that did not apply as evenly as other shades in the line-up. In person, the shiny finish distracted from the unevenness, but the shine wore down after an hour or so of wear.

The texture was creamy and felt like it melted on my lips during application, so it was very comfortable to work with but had a fair amount of slip. It wore well for three and a half hours (though the shine wore down after an hour or two) and was hydrating over time.

Formula Overview

$9.99/0.15 oz. – $66.60 Per Ounce

The formula is supposed to have “brilliant color with major payoff” with an “amazingly buttery feel that instantly melts onto your lips for glass-like shine.” The coverage was more medium to semi-opaque, often buildable to a minor degree, so I don’t know that I’d call it “major payoff,” the coverage was noticeable and allowed for real differentiation from shade to shade as they weren’t so sheer that they ran together.

The consistency has an incredibly creamy, smooth feel that definitely melts on the lips but seems to “set” subtly, which seemed to tamp down the slip slightly, though it was still moderately emollient on my lips. I’d recommend being more conscious of using one layer or so as it can be easy to over-apply due to how much it feels like it’s melting against one’s lips.

The finish was definitely glass-like; very shiny and gave the illusion of volume to my lips. I found that there was some color that settled into lip lines or caught on minor imperfections with some shades, though the shine made it harder to notice in person. I imagine if you like grab-and-go color that’s glossy with medium coverage or greater color that’s easy to apply and re-apply, this formula could be a match.

The formula had a subtle, sweet vanilla scent but no discernible taste. The biggest “con” to the formula was the packaging, which was industrially-wrapped with a very tacky sticker that was not just difficult to remove to open the lipstick to begin with but difficult to get all of the tackiness off. I’d recommend using a sharp knife/blade (safely!) to cut across the sticker, then twist the cap off rather than removing the sticker at all.

Browse all of our Revlon Super Lustrous Melting Glass Shine Lipstick swatches.

Glistening Purple (011)

Revlon Glistening Purple (011) Super Lustrous Melting Glass Shine Lipstick ($9.99 for 0.15 oz.) is a muted, medium-dark purple-plum with neutral-to-cool undertones and a high-shine finish. It had medium color coverage in a single layer, which didn’t build up beyond that. I think it looked good applied and looked almost like a stain with how seamless it applied, but it wasn’t nearly as pigmented as described.

The texture was smooth, creamy, and melted readily as it was applied to my lips, so it was easy to over-apply (just be aware when applying). This shade lasted well for three and a half hours (though the shine was less noticeable after an hour) and felt moisturizing while worn.

Formula Overview

$9.99/0.15 oz. – $66.60 Per Ounce

The formula is supposed to have “brilliant color with major payoff” with an “amazingly buttery feel that instantly melts onto your lips for glass-like shine.” The coverage was more medium to semi-opaque, often buildable to a minor degree, so I don’t know that I’d call it “major payoff,” the coverage was noticeable and allowed for real differentiation from shade to shade as they weren’t so sheer that they ran together.

The consistency has an incredibly creamy, smooth feel that definitely melts on the lips but seems to “set” subtly, which seemed to tamp down the slip slightly, though it was still moderately emollient on my lips. I’d recommend being more conscious of using one layer or so as it can be easy to over-apply due to how much it feels like it’s melting against one’s lips.

The finish was definitely glass-like; very shiny and gave the illusion of volume to my lips. I found that there was some color that settled into lip lines or caught on minor imperfections with some shades, though the shine made it harder to notice in person. I imagine if you like grab-and-go color that’s glossy with medium coverage or greater color that’s easy to apply and re-apply, this formula could be a match.

The formula had a subtle, sweet vanilla scent but no discernible taste. The biggest “con” to the formula was the packaging, which was industrially-wrapped with a very tacky sticker that was not just difficult to remove to open the lipstick to begin with but difficult to get all of the tackiness off. I’d recommend using a sharp knife/blade (safely!) to cut across the sticker, then twist the cap off rather than removing the sticker at all.

Browse all of our Revlon Super Lustrous Melting Glass Shine Lipstick swatches.



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